The M.Tech. (Computational Sciences) at CDS is a unique inter-disciplinary program that brings together the domain-specific knowledge of science and engineering with relevant areas of computing and mathematics. It educates and trains students to ‘model’ problems or ‘simulate’ processes varying across many disciplines in science and engineering.
The M.Tech. program in Computational Science starts in August and spans 2 years (4 semesters). In the first year, students are exposed to fundamental concepts of Computational Science such as data structures and programming, modelling and simulation, mathematical and computational tools. The second year offers students several fields of specialization through elective courses. The program culminates with a computational science dissertation project in their second year.
For more details see:
- Course Degree Admissions
- Student Information Handbook
- Scheme of Instruction (List of Courses offered) for 2016-17
- New Student Information
- General Guidelines for CDS students
- M.Tech. Course Requirements
- Code of Conduct and Ethics
M. Tech. Programme
Duration: 2 years
64 credits Required
Hard Core: 28 Credits
- DS 284 2:1 Numerical Linear Algebra
- DS 286 2:1 Data Structures and Programming
- DS 288 3:1 Numerical Methods
- DS 289 3:1 Numerical Solutions of Differential Equations
- DS 290 3:0 Modelling and Simulation
- DS 292 3:0 High Performance Computing
- DS 294 3:1 Data Analysis and Visualization
- DS 295 3:1 Parallel Programming
Project: 24 Credits
Electives: 12 Credits
- The balance of credits to make up the minimum of 64 required for completing the programme (all at 200 level or higher).
This program was replaced with M.Tech. (Computational and Data Science) from August – 2017 batch.